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Camella's Kitchen

Food & Beverage, Desserts, Condiments & Spices, Savory
Free Shipping, Women Owned, Family Owned, Made in America, Handmade, Natural, Cruelty-Free, Vegan
Founded by a mother and daughter duo from Trinidad and Tobago, Camella’s Kitchen is helping you to elevate your meals at home and on the go with our bold Caribbean flavors – we ship. We started Camella's Kitchen in order to honor the memory of and carry on lessons learned from Ms. Camella, our mother and grandmother respectively. She taught us all that we know about making Caribbean food, and aim to follow in her footsteps to share our bold flavors with our community in the Washington, DC metro area and beyond. All of our flavors are handcrafted in small batches – we make hot sauce, marinade, spices, cakes and more. All of our sauces are gluten-free and vegan. Some items include our pepper sauce and spicy mango chutney. Our island herb blend also makes a great all-purpose marinade – it is also known as Caribbean green seasoning, sofrito, or epis. Be sure to also check out our rum cakes, and Caribbean fruit cake (black cake). Our bundles and boxes make great gifts for those who enjoy all things tropical and spice! Our flavors are a great way to experience the West Indies - no plane ticket required. As a bonus, we offer free recipes, so you too can try your hand at Caribbean cooking. Check our site for free shipping offers.

3 Some Chocolates

Fashion, Clothing, Men’s, Women’s, Unisex, Food & Beverage, Desserts
Free Shipping, Women Owned
“It will never work out—that name, it’s too raunchy.” This is feedback that came from various sourcs at the launch of 3-Some Chocolates. The name gave founders Patrick Ali Glanville and Kristin Parker a lot of attention. Everyone loves chocolate, but what makes this company so different? They blend three chocolates everyone loves—milk, white, and dark—combine it into one bar, and call it a “3 Some.” Glanville, who had been making chocolate with his family since he was a child, created the concept. He grew up in Southside Jamaica, Queens, the son of immigrants. His grandmother brought his mother to the United States from Jamaica in the 1970s. She worked hard to provide for her family. She also taught them skills that would be useful to them throughout life. One of these skills was making chocolate. Glanville wanted to find a way to turn his many skill sets into a business, and 3 Some Chocolates was born. Ever since that moment, Glanville and Parker have been fulfilling people’s fantasies. Their following has grown at an exponential rate. They have shipped their incredible chocolate all over the world.

'57 Chocolate

Food & Beverage, Desserts, Wedding
Luxury, Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Family Owned, Handmade, Vegan
57 is the pioneer bean to bar chocolate business in Ghana. ’57 Chocolate is short for 1957, which is the year of Ghana’s independence. This venture uses resources grown within the country to create delicious treats. Sisters Kimberly and Priscilla Addison founded this chocolate company in homage to Ghana’s Independence Day spirit. It challenges the status quo that premium chocolate can only come from Europe by focusing on chocolate sourced in Africa and developed by Black business owners. The sisters use their creative skills and imagination to make products that are a reflection and celebration of Ghanaian art and culture. ’57’s mission is to revive the 1957 “can-do spirit” by adding value to the cocoa bean and cocoa farmer— on a local scale.

Tea Please Tea

Health & Beauty, Wellness, Home & Garden, Other, Food & Beverage, Desserts
Free Shipping, Women Owned, Vegan
Tea Please is for the tea connoisseur, the new tea drinker and those who just want a sip of the good stuff. Go on ahead, treat yourself.

Willie Coca

Food & Beverage, Desserts
We Make Chocolate Art!!!!

Yoco Confections

Food & Beverage, Desserts, Other
Women Owned, Made in America, Family Owned
We are a family owned business located in Washington, DC. Our mission is to create delicious confections with elevated flavors and packaged to perfection. We make luxe gifting easy!


Food & Beverage, Desserts, Condiments & Spices
Women Owned
AIRIS FOODS are hand crafted food products that add flavor and flare to all your cooking and snacking needs. With both the home cook and the commercial chef in mind, owner Airis the Chef combines simple, wholesome ingredients to create BIG FLAVOR profiles. As a professional chef and avid home cook, Airis the Chef started creating her own food products with health in mind and also the idea of "Knowing what's in your food!".


Food & Beverage, Desserts
Free Shipping, Women Owned, Natural
Les Chocolateries Askanya is Haiti’s first and only premier bean-to-bar chocolate company. We exclusively use Haitian cacao to produce our chocolates in our facility located in Ouanaminthe, Haiti.

Chocolate Secrets

Food & Beverage, Desserts
Women Owned
African-American business owner Pam G. Eudaric established Chocolate Secrets in 2003. Chocolate Secrets is a gourmet chocolate and fine wine "Experience." Seven countries are represented in its kitchen. Its combined culinary experience exceeds 100 years. Chocolate Secrets hand-makes over 52 flavors of bonbons and truffles. It also produces 25 flavors of macarons, 12 flavors of ice cream and sorbets, and over 15 different pastries, much of which is available for online ordering. Chocolate Secrets' savory menu is as delightful as its dessert menu. The list includes salads, panini, pancakes, and crêpes. It also serves avocado toast and cheese and charcuterie boards. The Chocolate Secrets Brand is several black-owned businesses rolled into one. Its Live Jazz Evenings and Open Mic Mondays are don't miss events, and the Ma Fille ("My Daughter") Art Gallery enhances the Chocolate Secrets Experience. There are two delightful Event Spaces available for parties and corporate events. "Come for the Taste. Stay for the Experience."

Cocoa Belle Chocolates

Food & Beverage, Desserts
Women Owned, Handmade
Cocoa Belle Chocolates creates handcrafted artisan products inspired by Southern desserts for a nostalgic taste. This Black-owned company, founded by African-American business owner Carmen Portillo, creates delicious artisan truffles. While in Europe, Portillo traveled to Paris, France, and caught the chocolate fever! When she returned home to Little Rock over a year later, she longed for that experience again. She researched ways to learn the trade. Portillo has gathered techniques from world-renowned chefs. She studied at the Notter School for Confectionary and Chocolate Arts in Orlando, and she also has a certificate from Ecole Chocolat Professional Chocolate Arts. Portillo is the first and only Certified Professional Chocolatier in Arkansas. Her wish is “to marry my classically trained European chocolate making skills with my Southern roots.”